Winter 2023 - Check out what's in store!
We are busy making plans for the coming months and will keep adding to this page as new opportunities are offered. Please check back for updates!
COVID-19 Information - Please note that masks are encoureaged on Memorial's campuses and we will be respecting public health measures. It is important that we keep our environments as safe (and healthy), as possible. Should the COVID-19 situation change in our region, we may see the need to modify or cancel programming.
Afterschool STEAM - February 2023
This free program offers four virtual afterschool sessions to youth in grades 3-6. Sessions will be conducted via WebEx onTuesdays from 3:45pm to 4:45pm starting on February 7. Online registration will be available soon through the link below!
Winter Engineering Club - February 2023
We are excited to bring our winter engineering club back to campus! This free, in-person program is geared for students in grades 7-9 and will take place Saturday mornings from 9:00 to 12:00 starting February 4. Clink below for registration.
Python Coding Club - March 2023
This new coding club is designed for youth in grades 9-12. The club will meet Thursdays from 3:30pm to 5:00pm at the Engineering building on the St. John's Campus starting on March 2nd. These sessions are free and devices will be available for participants to use while attending. Advanced registration will be required, registration details coming soon!
Go CODE Girl - March 18, 2023
This workshop is offered at no charge to female identifying youth in grades 7-10. The day will be filled with hands-on activities, design challenges, information sessions and the opportunity to learn what a career in engineering can offer. Parents/ Guardians are welcome to stay for the first few sessions to learn more about Engineering at Memorial and take part in some of the design challenges. This initiative is supported by ONWIE. Registration coming soon!
What is Engineering? - April 3, 2023
This virtual webinar will be offered to high schooled aged youth who might be considering a future in engineering but would like to hear first-hand from engineering students what the engineering program at Memorial is all about.